More Inner Sanctum for you today! We’ll revisit an episode we haven’t heard in awhile titled The Wailing Wall. This one first aired November 6, 1945 and stars Boris Karloff.
This week Richard Diamond, Private Detective begins the show with The Fixed Fight Case from August 2, 1950. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To close today’s show we’ll hear Boston Blackie with The Stolen Car Ring from April 23, 1946 (begins at 31:05).
Inner Sanctum brings us Death Across The Board to begin this show. It first aired June 5, 1945. Then, it’s Believe It Or Not with Strange Oman. Last today is the Sealtest Variety Theater with their episode from November 4, 1948 titled Slight Of Hand (begins at 30:32).
This week we’ll hear from Exploring Tomorrow, a short-lived series that aired between 1957 and 1958. Our episode, titled Telepathic, first aired May 7, 1958.
Our tale this week comes from Inner Sanctum, a series that aired for 11 years creating 526 episodes. The one we’ll hear is titled Portrait Of Death, and first aired June 12, 1945.
Today we hear from Dark Fantasy, a series created by Scott Bishop that aired on the NBC network for 31 episodes between November 1941, and June 1942. This episode, titled A Delicate Case Of Murder, first aired February 20, 1942.
On this episode we’ll hear from The Chase, a series that aired on NBC from 1952 t0 1953. We’ll hear The Murder, which first aired December 14, 1952.
We visit The Hermit’s Cave once again for this show, and hear an episode we haven’t heard since 2007 titled The Mystery Of The Thing. I’ve always seen this one listed as The Mystery Of The Strange Thing, and that’s what I say in the intro, but the Hermit has it a little different. Either way, enjoy!
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator begins this episode with The Deadly Fight from January 23, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. To close out this week, we’ll hear from Let George Do It, and an episode titled The Mystic from June 16, 1952 (begins at 31:27).
Diary Of Fate starts the show this week with The Marvin Thomas Entry, which first aired June 8, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Requiem. To close, it’s Zero Hour and Death Is The Puppeteer from May 24, 1974.